National Medal of Honor Day Monday
INDIANAPOLIS – Monday is National Medal of Honor Day. Plans are under way to add the most recent Medal of Honor recipient’s names to the Memorial later this year: Leslie H Sabo Jr., Specialist Fourth Class, US Army, Date of Action, May 10, 1970; Clinton L Romesha, Staff Sargeant, U.S. Army, Date of Action, Oct. 3, 2009; Dakota Meyer, Sergeant, U.S. Marine Corps, Date of Action, Sept. 8, 2009; and Leroy A Petry, Staff Sergeant, U.S. Army, Date of Action, May 26, 2008.
The IPALCO Foundation oversees the operations of the Memorial. Contributions to the Memorial can be made to the IPALCO Foundation at One Monument Circle, Indianapolis IN, 46204.
Resource fair to be held in Noblesville
NOBLESVILLE — A Senior & Caregiver Educational and Resource Fair will be held from 1 to 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday at the Noblesville Golden Corral located at 15755 North Pointe Blvd., Noblesville.
For more information, contact Paul Dworkin at (317) 679-1781.
Man indicted in alleged church scam
INDIANAPOLIS — Federal prosecutors say a Fishers man scammed an Indianapolis church out of more than $300,000 by promising to help it get money to rebuild after a fire.
U.S. Attorney Joe Hogsett said Friday that 67-year-old Hrond Arman Gasparian has been indicted on wire fraud charges.
Gasparian allegedly claimed to be a broker for a fund that could issue them a $3 million grant to rebuild, and requested a $365,000 commitment.
National Medal of Honor Day Monday
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- RACER Trust meets in Anderson The RACER Trust met with Anderson community members in a private meeting Wednesday to discuss marketing strategies for the former General Motors properties in the city.
- Local businesses and residents experience water outage An upgrade to a fire protection system on Wednesday resulted in the loss of water for residents and forced several businesses to temporarily close.
Police: 2 men robbed downtown convenience store
Two men robbed an active downtown area convenience store in the middle of the day.
NBA D-league team proposed for Wigwam
The Wigwam gymnasium could become the home of an NBA development league if plans proceed from a former area basketball coach. "We have a plan for the Wigwam to be used in a lot of different ways," Terry Thimlar said "One of the possibilities would be a D-League team, but it's much more than that. Right now our major focus is to bring it back to life and make it a viable entity."
- Christmas Gift & Craft Show at mall this weekend The Mounds Mall will be filled with holiday magic this weekend as 95 vendors fill the open spaces and offer a vast array of holiday crafts, baked goods, personal and home products of every kind, and items perfect for Christmas gift giving.
- Person of the Year nominations sought The Herald Bulletin needs your help in selecting the 2013 community Person of the Year.
- Local briefs: Dec. 5 A compilation of news items of local and statewide interest published in the Thursday edition of The Herald Bulletin.
- Henderson retiring from Pendleton Town Council For the last 13 years Don Henderson has served as Pendleton Town Council president, but the council meeting tonight will be the last.
- Arrest Log: Dec. 5 Arrests made by Madison County law enforcement on Tuesday and Wednesday, based on Madison County Jail records.
What's Where: Dec. 5
Local meetings and activities are planned Thursday.
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